First Investigated For: His involvement with Madman Comics, a comic book venture he launched on the swing set with Charles Joseph at the age of nine.
AKA: Sir Weatherford, Prince of Wales (1777); Dangerous Donny Derringer (Oklahoma,1845); Gunny Lou (Chicago 1935); Chad Mad (2011); Patrick Pixel (2719)
Inspired the Hollywood Script Line: “We gotta kill that painting sonofabitch!!” — see Godfather, Pt. IV (2029)
Weapon of Choice: Sharpened Laser Pencils.
Word on the Street: Has been traveling to different historic eras to get art tips. Hung out with Picasso and Dali in Spain, Norman Rockwell, Warhol and the Factory, as well as Basquiat and Haring in New York, Van Gogh at the Yellow House, Da Vinci and Michelangelo in Florence, Man Ray and Duchamp in Greenwich Village, Magritte in Brussels, Banksy in London, etc.
Designed: The Kaba used as the logo for The Dark Tower Project, which was then used in the marketing materials of the rebel band Deep Cotton before becoming the standard for the rebel organization 1954. Also designed the replica of the Crown of Ten Towers worn by Janelle Monáe on the cover of The ArchAndroid. According to the Time Council, evidence now supports the speculation that the rebel wizard Zoman employed Sir Weatherford’s masterful draftsmanship to build the original ArchAndroid Crown of Ten Towers as well.
Hats and Superpowers: Penciler, The ArchAndroid Graphic Novel; Chief Concept Artist, WISM Inc.; Chief Art Director, Wondaland Arts Society; Head of Graphic Design and Beautiful Packaging, Blak Milk Studios; Supporter of the NADA Art Movement (the Negro and Droid Art Alliance); Author of Pencil Prophecy: The 99 Sketches that Changed the World.
Hellwinter File Notes: To 1954 acolytes, this nefarious cretin is known as Grand Da Vinci the Redeemer. According to the Time Council, when not engaged in battle or revolutionary activities, he paints in a luxury loft in the Slopville section of Metropolis where the mutant gunslingers and alien hookers keep him “inspired.”